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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Pocahontas County

“It” is the many times in your life when you need to know more about something and want reliable information. ISU, Pocahontas County Extension and Outreach, through publications, Web pages and educational experiences, is it – the way university research gets to all Iowans so they can use it in their daily life.

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Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), click HERE

2015 Pocahontas County Fair Fairbook, click HERE

Click HERE for Alternate Sites for Pesticide Applicator Certification Testing

County News

April 22, 2015

Be part of an open learning environment that asks participants to share and develop ideas!
Gain an understanding of resources that can be used to start and grow your business!

April 22, 2015

Four new Iowa State University Extension and Outreach online classes give vendors and farmers' market managers good agricultural practices for safe food production and handling specific to farmers' markets, with a focus on specialty foods.

April 22, 2015

Avian influenza does not impact the foods that consumers eat, says an Iowa State University food safety expert.

April 22, 2015

Weeds can cause trouble for asparagus, raspberries and strawberries. Here are some tips from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach horticulturists on the proper way to control weeds in home gardens.

April 20, 2015

Iowa’s youth are at risk. Approximately one in three children (31.7 percent) under age 5 is considered overweight or obese, which is slightly higher than the national average of 30.5 percent. A number of factors contribute to this issue, including lack of physical activity and low fruit and vegetable intake.

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Iowa State University Extension & Outreach News

April 24, 2015 01:45 PM

Sulfur Management for Iowa Crop Production, a new Iowa State University Extension and Outreach publication, provides a summary of...

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